Bucks graduates nearly two dozen from radiography program

Students took part in a pinning ceremony a week before receiving Associate of Applied Science degrees and stepping into a high-demand field

Source: Jean Dolan

Bucks County Community College held its 15th annual pinning ceremony for graduates on May 16 at the Gene and Marlene Epstein Campus at Lower Bucks in Bristol.

The 21 students earned Associate of Applied Science degrees at the college’s 53rd annual commencement ceremony one week later on May 23 at the Newtown Campus. It is the second graduating class since the major became a two-year academic degree. From 2003-2016, the college offered radiography as a continuing education certificate program.

All 21 graduates have jobs waiting for them in the high-demand field, many with the same Bucks County area hospitals or urgent-care facilities where they completed their clinical studies in the program.

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